DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/jpdl42/growing) has announced the addition of the "Growing Opportunity: China's Beef Market 2014" report to their offering.
Rising income, rapid urbanization and a change in diet has been generating huge demand for beef in China. The country has been witnessing steady growth in beef consumption over the last few years. The local production of beef is not being able to match the demand and the country is relying heavily on imports. While Canada is the leading exporter of beef to China, others key regions include Australia, Uruguay and New Zealand. China consumes approximately 5.6 million tons of beef a year. The per capita beef consumption is 4-5 kgs which is a fifth of the global average.
Although pork (accounting for 65% of meat consumption) and poultry (accounting for 22% of meat consumption) still remain staples for the Chinese, they are now looking for higher quality meat owing to a string of food safety scandals in the country. Global suppliers are viewing China's beef sector as a huge opportunity.
The report ' Growing Opportunity: China's Beef Market 2014 highlights key drivers of and trends emerging in China's beef market. The current market scenario and future prospects of the sector has also been examined. Opportunity in the sector for international players has also been dwelt upon. The report contains latest industry leaders verbatim.
Key Topics Covered
1. Meat Consumption in China
2. The China Beef Market
2.2 Market Numbers
3. Trends & Drivers
4. Key Beef Exporters to China
4.4 New Zealand
7. Research Methodology
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